Hundreds of protesters reportedly gathered at the US embassy in Beirut, Lebanon on Tuesday night after a rocket hit a hospital in the Gaza Strip.
The protest came after a rocket hit a Hamas hospital in the Gaza Strip on Tuesday, killing hundreds.
According to Reuters, more than 100 protesters were near the embassy with Palestinian flags.
Tear gas was used near the embassy. A source told Fox News Digital that about 1,000 people, including Hezbollah supporters, went to the US embassy in Beirut after a rocket hit the hospital in Gaza.
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ATTENTION: Protesters gather near the US embassy in Beirut, Lebanon
The protest was sparked by a statement by Hezbollah to people all over the Arab world to start demonstrations in front of Israeli embassies, but since there is none in Beirut, the protesters went to the US and French embassies because of their aid to Israel, the source said.
Demonstrators threw rocks and Molotov cocktails at demonstrations, which sparked a fire near the US embassy in Beirut.
Jordanian protesters also attempted to storm the Israeli embassy on Tuesday.
According to AFP, dozens of protesters attempted to storm the Israeli embassy in Amman, Jordan, and broke through a security barrier and approached the embassy itself.
According to the report, security at the embassy used tear gas to disperse the protesters.
According to Palestinian authorities, at least 500 people were killed at Baptist al-Ahli Hospital.
The IDF claims the strike was the result of a failed rocket launch into Gaza by terrorists.
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“An analysis of IDF operational systems shows that a barrage of rockets was fired by terrorists in Gaza, passing within close range of al-Ahli [Baptist] hospital in Gaza at the time it was hit,” IDF officials said. “Information from multiple sources in our hands indicates that Islamic Jihad is responsible for the failed rocket launch that hit the hospital in Gaza.”
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At the Israeli embassy in Amman, police vehicles also attempted to block the embassy.
Jordan’s King Abdullah commented on the bombing, calling it a “massacre” and a “war crime.”
Fox News’ Greg Wehner and Trey Yingst contributed to this report.